TournamentGuy.com shares experience at Ballparks of America

Ballparks of America has been fortunate enough to not only draw some of the biggest baseball enthusiasts around, but also some of the most creative.

The folks at TournamentGuy.com fall into both categories.

The site was started by Spiker Helms, a Missouri State University graduate, as a hub for coaches to shop and explore youth and high school tournaments from a variety of sports around the country.

Helms also happens to the be a Director for Rawlings Tigers based in St. Louis. Players and coaches from the organization visited Branson, Mo. last summer and documented their experienced around town and at the Ballparks of America Campus.

Helms and company recently featured Ballparks of America and wrote about their own experience as a travel baseball club in Branson.

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